Name: Stephanie Brink; Justin Dill

Instrument: Clarinet; Trombone

Q. When did you start playing your instrument?

A. Brink and Dill both began playing their instruments when they were in the fifth grade.

Q. Best memory of being in band/marching band?

A. Brink: Traveling with the band to New Orleans and performing at the BSC Championship Game in the Super Dome.

Dill: I think that my best memories are of band camp during the Summer, and especially my Junior year. I had an amazing squad that I was part of.

Q. What band trips did you attend, and which trip was your most memorable?

A. Brink: I attended all of the Cedar Point trips that we took at the end of the school year. I also enjoyed attending band nights, but I think the most memorable is the trip to New Orleans. I will be attending the Disney trip at the end of December when our band will be marching on New Year’s Eve at the Magic Kingdom.

Dill: I have attended all of the Cedar Point trips, and I also went with the marching band to New Orleans to perform at the BSC Championship Game in the Super Dome.

Q. Why is music important to you?

A. Brink: Music is a great way to express my emotions, and it has taught me to work hard. I remember in my Freshman year we played, “Sing, Sing, Sing,” which was my favorite musical number because it sounded really cool and was a lot of fun to play and march to. I have had so much fun being in the marching band. I have made so many great friends and have memories they will last a lifetime.

Dill: Music is the “Sole of America.” I enjoyed music that was arranged by our own band director, Mr. Nick Olesko. I enjoyed my time in marching band.

Q. What college do you hope to attend/intended major?

A. Brink: I hope to attend the University of Pittsburgh to major in Nursing. I would eventually like to become a Nurse Anesthetist.

Dill: I hope to attend Miami University of Ohio with a major in pre-law.

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